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Action Force #14 was released on 31st May 1987.

Original material

Cold Comfort Part One


Quick Kick has stolen a Snow Cat and come to Communist China in order to find his friend Michael Anke. They were close friends long ago when they worked as stuntmen in Hollywood but time moved on. Quick Kick found Action Force and Michael found fanaticism. Michael disappeared a while ago and his wife hired a private investigator who tracked him to an abandoned monastery in the Himalayas. Then the investigator turned up dead so she turned to Quick Kick. Michael seem to have fallen in with a cult called "The Two-Headed Serpent", dedicated to overthrowing the US government. Quick Kick wonders what he's gotten into.

Suddenly the Snow Cat is attacked by two F.A.N.G.s, piloted by Snow Serpents. Quick Kick uses the weapons to destroy one, but the other destroys the vehicle. Thrown into the now, Quick Kick produces a grenade and destroys the second one. Then he hears a Ferret coming, driven by another Snow Serpent. Quick Kick kicks the driver off and then uses the vehicle to get as far as possible, before a steep climb up the mountain. He is concerned as he though the Two-Headed Serpent was an ineffective force but they are using very familiar equipment. As he reaches the monastery his fears are confirmed - the Two-Headed Serpent is a Cobra!

Featured characters

Action Force Cobra Others

Featured Vehicles & Equipment

Action Force Cobra

Errors

Items of note

  • Quick Kick has no worries about running around in a freezing environment with his torso naked.

Reprinted material

Eleven pages of "Snake-Eyes: The Origin Part II" from G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #27. "Part II" was omitted from the title and the Mission Control contents page numbered this half as Part Four.

Intelligence Profile

This issue contains an Intelligence Profile factfile on Quick Kick. For Action Force he was given the name Lee Ho Ito. He was born in Canton, China to a Japanese father and Korean mother.

The T.A.C. Page

This issue contains a T.A.C. Page detailing:

Mail Call!

The letters page prints letters on a variety of subjects including a forthcoming Action Force fan club.

Combat Colin

The start of the first Combat Colin epic "One of our Milkmen is Missing!". Colin tells Semi-Automatic Steve about the importance of observation at all times whilst completely failing to spot a milkman being kidnapped by a flying saucer!

Action Force toy adverts

Errors

Items of note

Footnotes


Action Force/G.I. Joe the Action Force Marvel comics:
Action Force - cover gallery
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Action Force Monthly - cover gallery
#1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 | #6 | #7 | #8 | #9 | #10 | #11 | #12 | #13 | #14 | #15
Action Force/G.I. Joe annuals - cover gallery
Annual 1988 | Annual 1989 | Annual 1990 | Annual 1991 | Annual 1992
Action Force/G.I. Joe specials - cover gallery
Holiday Special 1987 | Winter Special 1987 | Holiday Special 1991 | Spring Special 1992 | Summer Special 1992
Other series
Transformers: #125 | #161 | (cover gallery) | The Incredible Hulk Presents | (cover gallery)
Mini-comics
Divided We Fall!

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